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Wagtail Eco safari camp

Wagtail Eco safari camp

Wagtail Eco safari camp, Description

Wagtail Eco safari camp is one of the budget accommodation located in bwindi impenetrable national park in Rubuguri town southern part of bwindi. The lodge presents a rich ground for tracking in Rushaga gorilla families which has Nshongi, Mishaya, Bweza, Kahungye and Busingye along with Nkuringo Gorilla group, these gorilla families are in a distance of just about 10km from Rubuguri. From Kampala to the camp it’s a drive of about 10 hours from the capital city Kampala/Entebbe.

wagtail-eco-safari-camp Wagtail Eco safari camp is situated in a very exclusive area with views of the endless Kigezi hills, while here you can still view the Virunga volcanoes onsite and the magnificent Bwindi impenetrable forest canopy.

The lodge has well upheld and comfy accommodation, its bar and restaurant is very perfect with a variety of local and international cuisine. Furthermore being a destination for spectacular views, they have beautiful gardens that can be used for parties, families, meetings lunch and so much more.

Amenities

  • Security
  • Parking
  • Electricity
  • Bar and lounge
  • Laundry services
  • Housekeeping and storage room.

What to do while at wagtail camp.

  • Hiking
  • Nature walks, to the neighboring communities including the batwa community
  • Gorilla trekking, one of the most and must do activity while in bwindi impenetrable forest national park
  • Bird watching, the park has over 315 species of birds, the lodge has good birders who will take you through this activity, they are kin bird watchers
  • Visiting the Batwa people who will entertain you through their cultural dance performance and stole telling, The Batwa Cultural Experience of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park came short after the Batwa people had severely grieved with the effects of eviction from their ancestral land. Being one of the people who lived harmoniously in the tropical rainforests with the mountain gorillas,